Funded Research

Research Grants and Awards

2016-2017

Principal Investigator, “Unsettling the Settler Artist: Reframing the Canadian Visual Arts, 1867 to the Present,” SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada) Insight Grant, ($94,618).

Principal Applicant, Royal Society of Canada Open Academy – RSC Atlantic ($3,000). Co-applicant with Stefanie Kennedy.

 

2015-2016

Arts Faculty Academic Development Fund Conference Travel Grant ($600).

Busteed Publication Grant, University of New Brunswick ($600).

 

2014-2015

“Unsettling Canadian Art History,” Harrison McCain Foundation Young Scholars Awards, University of New Brunswick ($12,500).

“Unsettling Canadian Art History,” University Research Fund, University of New Brunswick ($7,000).

Busteed Publication Grant, University of New Brunswick ($600).

 

2013-2014

“Negotiations in a Vacant Lot: Studying the Visual in Canada,” SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada) Awards to Scholarly Publishing Program, with Lynda Jessup and Kirsty Robertson ($8,000).

“The Canadian Art Commons for History of Art Education and Training,” SSHRC Partnership Development Grant ($400,000 total funds, $199,965 contributed by SSHRC), with Mark A. Cheetham (Principal Investigator).

“Bordering the Vernacular: Canada, Folk Art, and the Museological Search for the Settled Past,” SSHRC Insight Grant, 4A) ranking.

Busteed Publication Grant, University of New Brunswick ($600).

 

2012-2013

“Bordering the Vernacular: Canada, Folk Art, and the Institutional Search for the Settled Past,” SSHRC Insight Grant, 4A) ranking. ($2,000 internal funding from UNB.)

“The Social Fabric of Healing in Twentieth-Century Northeastern North America,” SSHRC Insight Development Grant, 1A) ranking ($25,086), with co-applicants Susan Cahill and Sasha Mullally (Principal Investigator).

Arts Faculty Academic Development Fund Conference Travel Grant ($600)

 

 2011-2012

“Bordering the Vernacular: Canada, Folk Art, and the Age of Global Mass Culture,” SSHRC Standard Research Grant, 1A) ranking ($12,643).

“The Social Fabric of Healing in Twentieth-Century Northeastern North America,” University Research Fund, University of New Brunswick ($7,000). Co-applicant with Sasha Mullally.

Busteed Publication Grant, University of New Brunswick ($600).

Arts Faculty Academic Development Fund Conference Travel Grant ($600).

 

2010-2011

“Bordering the Vernacular: Canada, Folk Art, and the ‘New’ North America.” SSHRC Standard Research Grant, 1A) ranking ($13,731).

“Bordering the Vernacular: Canada, Folk Art, and the ‘New’ North America,” McCain Young Scholar Award, University of New Brunswick ($8,000).

“Bordering the Vernacular: Canada, Folk Art, and the ‘New’ North America,” University Research Fund, University of New Brunswick ($5,770).

“The Social Fabric of Healing in Atlantic Canada and the Northeastern United States,” SSHRC Insight Development Grant, 4A) ranking, with co-applicants Susan Cahill and Sasha Mullally (Principal Investigator) ($5,000 internal SSHRC funding).

 

2009-2010

“Negotiations in a Vacant Lot: Studying the Visual in Canada,” SSHRC Aid to Workshops and Conferences in Canada, with co-applicants Lynda Jessup (Principal Investigator) and Kirsty Robertson ($23,298.00).

SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Rochester, Visual and Cultural Studies, Janet Berlo (Supervisor), 2009-2011 ($78,000), declined.